Cool McCool (1966–1969)

TV Series  |  TV-Y7  |   |  Animation, Comedy
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Cool McCool, a spoof of James Bond, nabbed the bad guys in this cartoon by the creator of Batman. The 1/2 hour was rounded out with Cool's father Harry McCool and the Komedy Kops in their bumbling capers.

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Cool McCool, a spoof of James Bond, nabbed the bad guys in this cartoon by the creator of Batman. The 1/2 hour was rounded out with Cool's father Harry McCool and the Komedy Kops in their bumbling capers.

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Greta Ghoul: [to Dr. Madcap] I love you, darling - you're all evil!
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Cool McCool
Music by Bernard Green
Lyrics by Al Brodax
Performed by Robert 'Bob' McFadden
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James Bond meets Batman
12 August 2000 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

I loved this show as a young teen. I was a fan of Batman from way back, and it was either created or written by Bob Kane, the creator of Batman. It featured a humorous James Bond-like trenchcoated spy-private eye (McCool), who fought villains very closely based on Batman's foes: Jack-in-the-Box (Joker), the Owl (Penguin), Dr. Madcap (Mad Hatter). I wish I could remember more about it.


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